Yum Cha Noodle Haus

North Lakes

Yum Cha Noodle Haus serves traditional steamed or fried dumplings, rice and noodle dishes from a cute little North Lakes shop front, reminiscent of old China.

Outdoor and indoor seating is at wooden stools, with a traditional green and red color theme. A peaceful stream with bridges and ponds actually flows past the front of the shop, as part of North Lakes' laneway restaurants area, and it is very pleasant to sip tea from a pot of authentic jasmine leaves, while nibbling freshly steamed dim sum and contemplating the passing scene.

Yum Cha Noodle Haus North Lakes

Yum Cha Noodle Haus also serve hearty Chinese style dishes such as curry chicken, laksa noodle soup, spring rolls, deep fried chicken wings, salt and pepper prawns and steamed green vegetables with soy sauce.

Yum Cha Noodle Haus North Lakes

Nice to know: Yum Cha Noodle Haus is conveniently located right next to North Lakes Event Cinemas, making it the perfect pre or post-movie meal option.

By Lucy Hordern

Yum Cha Noodle Haus

Shop R4/Westfield

North Lakes Dr

North Lakes

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